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Volume 355, 20222021 International Conference on Physics, Computing and Mathematical (ICPCM2021)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Investigation in Physics and Materials|
|Published online||12 January 2022|
Simulation of flutter suppression for a transonic fan blade based on plasma excitation
Aeronautics Engineering College, Air Force Engineering University, Xi’an, 710038, China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Along with the development of advanced high-performance aero-engines to the higher thrust-weight ratio, further improvement of stage load, the adoption of new materials and new lightweight structures, the aeroelasticity of blade structure is becoming more and more prominent. The high cycle fatigue failure of blades significantly reduces the structural reliability during the process of development and using. At the same time, a large number of failure forms of aero-engine experimental and server can be attributed to aeroelastic problems. Therefore, it is urgent to improve the aeroelastic stability of the blade. One of the most important factors is to suppress the airflow separation, but its mechanism is still unclear. Based on this, this paper combines the aerodynamic damping analysis of energy method with the plasma excitation simulation and references low-speed wind tunnel plasma expansion test to consider the effects of different exciter distributions and intensities on flutter. The results show that stall flutter is related to the flow separation, but the flow separation is not a key factor that determinates whether the flutters occurs or not. Flutter suppression is strongly correlated with the shock wave intensity, amplitude of first harmonic aerodynamic force, low-speed separation and aerodynamic work density. In addition, the relative distribution of the excitation field and the positive work zone also has a direct effect on the suppression of flutter.
Key words: Stall flutter / Plasma excitation / Flutter suppression / Numerical simulation
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